Year in School: Senior
Expected Graduation: 2020
I am a member of various organizations. These organizations include the National Association of Black Accountants, The University Ambassadors Organization, Phenomenal Women in Higher Education Think Tank (PWTT)-former President, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated-former Social/Fundraising Chairman. Prior to being elected as the 66th Miss Bethune-Cookman University, I proudly served as a Resident Assistant in a freshman girls dorm for two years.
My long term goal in life is to be successful. I define success as the ability to help others and travel while pursuing a career of passion. I aspire to provide mentally, physically and emotionally safe residential facilities for victims of sex trafficking and/or battered women. The facilities would provide a home environment for the women, and opportunities for socioemotional treatment as well as social and professional skills training.
What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?:
Inspiring other women on campus to exude royalty by embracing who they are as a person; remembering, we are all queens!
Markyl L. Wilson